A Brooklyn-based street artist scaled the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge last week to install one of his pieces, and police are reviewing video of his daredevil act.
CBS New York reported that Judith Supine, 35, climbed to the top of the bridge about 4 a.m. last Tuesday to install a sculpture.
"It’s just something I like to do for fun, to be naughty and run around the city and put my art in places I’m not supposed to," he told the news station.
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The video of Supine's climb was posted on YouTube on Saturday. The artist pulled similar stunts in 2007 and 2009, when he installed art on the Manhattan and Williamsburg bridges.
Earlier this month, a 16-year-old boy was arrested after he crawled through a hole in a fence and snuck to the top of One World Trade Center.
Four men were also arrested this month for organizing a base jump off the same building last fall.